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MIT researchers say drugs created to suppress appetite may also be effective in PTSD. At the heart of the research is ghrelin, the “hunger hormone.”
A new study suggests that the appetite-inducing hormone ghrelin increases the incentive for humans to eat high-calorie foods, even on a full stomach.
New research reveals a fascinating and unexpected molecular partnership within the brain neurons that regulate appetite.
BOSTON, May 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rhythm announced today results demonstrating that RM-131, the company's novel ghrelin agonist, was highly effective in restoring normal gastric function in animal models of delayed gastric emptying owing to a direct prokinetic effect.
Deleting the receptor, not the protein ghrelin itself, turns up the body's fat-burning thermostat, giving aging mice an exothermic boost toward a svelte physique, researchers recently reported.
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Ghrelin, a hormone produced in the stomach, may be used to boost resistance to, or slow, the development of Parkinson's disease.
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